ARBUCKLE marriages 1901-1942 Victoria Australia
ARBUCKLE marriages 1901-1942 Victoria Australia.
married: 1908 Barbara HOSKEN.
married: 1908 Wilahmina WURN.
married: 1909 Frances Mary BRAINE.
married: 1909 Lily Thomson NEWMAN.
married: 1911 Florence MCGENNISS.
married: 1913 Mary May Dalkeith THOMPSON.
married: 1916 Myrtle COATES.
married: 1919 Ethel May NUNN.
married: 1922 Cissie Maude HAINES.
married: 1922 Sheila Marjorie COOLEY.
married: 1923 Edith Grace MORRIS.
married: 1925 Zelma Emma CLACK.
married: 1928 Caroline Louisa KERFORD.
married: 1930 Gladys May ARNEY.
married: 1936 Nelly May GRAY.
married: 1938 Pamela Alice STOCKWIN.
married: 1939 Irene Beatrice MCRAE.
married: 1940 Ursula Edith KELLY.
married: 1940 Pearl JOHNS.
married: 1941 Catherine Alice VERCOE.
married: 1941 Pearl Lillian FERNANDES.
married: 1942 Jessie Margaret GIFFORD.
married: 1910 George Robert GREGG.
married: 1911 Bertram Holbrook JORGEN.
married: 1914 George Edward Gordon COATES.
married: 1916 John Bemrose COATES.
married: 1921 William Joseph BONUDA.
married: 1921 Frederick George REID.
married: 1922 Daniel MCFARLANE.
married: 1923 Frederick Phillip David STRICKLAND.
married: 1923 Henry CURRY.
married: 1924 John Fraser MCIVOR.
married: 1928 Charles Alexander BARR.
married: 1929 Rivers Arthur DICKINSON.
married: 1929 Alexander White MCKERROW.
married: 1933 William Harold STEPHENS.
married: 1938 George John APPLEBY.
married: 1938 George Henry Arthur RICHINGS.
married: 1939 Alan Edward SCOTT.
married: 1940 William Ernest FITHALL.
married: 1940 Albert James Attwood JOHNSON.
married: 1941 Kenneth Turner MCKENDRICK.
Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the ARBUCKLE lines.
on 2014-09-29 23:04:59
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
My journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family lines in Australia and should only be used as a guide for follow up research and record searches as intended. Due to spelling and informant errors appearing in the records, typo errors and my misreading of the records mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.